Apple's App Store revenues double those of Google Play; Smaato acquired in $148M deal

More wireless news from across the web:

> Strategy Analytics: Worldwide tablet shipments fell 10 percent in the first quarter. Press release

> Smaato, which develops ad technology, was acquired by a Chinese group for $148 million. TechCrunch report

> Apple's App Store revenues nearly doubled those of Google Play in the first quarter. VentureBeat article

> Starbucks' app for Windows 10 Mobile is coming this month. WinBeta story

Telecom News

> CenturyLink is now offering Genband's application server solutions to federal government customers. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Globalstar's plan to offer terrestrial low power service is sparking a flurry of meetings and calls to the FCC. Article

Cable News

> New York's attorney general has asked Charter Communications CEO to "clean up" Time Warner Cable's services. Article

And finally… Google's Larry Page is betting on flying cars. Article

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